Phytologia 28: 294. 1974.
Plants 100–200 (–300) cm. Stems proximally ribbed (and purplish), distally angular (and greenish). Basal leaves: (petioles with brownish hairs) blades ovate to cordate-ovate, to 10 cm (bases truncate), margins denticulate. Cauline leaves: proximal petiolate, deltate-hastate, margins dentate (faces glabrous); distal petiolate or sessile, smaller (faces finely puberulent). Involucres (7.5–) 9–11 mm. Phyllaries lanceovate, midvein wings uniform or highest at apices. Corollas white or purplish, 8.5–9.5 (–10.5) mm. Cypselae fusiform, 3 mm; pappi (6–) 7–8 mm. 2n = 50.
Phenology: Flowering mid May–early Jul (Aug–Sep, peninsular Florida).
Habitat: Wet or mucky soils, along streams, swamps, woodlands
Elevation: 0–100 m
Ala., Fla., Ga.
Of conservation concern.
Arnoglossum diversifolium grows primarily in the Florida panhandle and adjacent Alabama and Georgia, and in Putnam and Levy counties, Florida.